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Gianluca is a software architect working at Lightstreamer in the real-time data push domain. As lead architect of MQTT.Cool, he is mainly focused on IoT applications and architectures

Introducing the Lightstreamer Flutter plugin

We recently introduced the Lightstreamer Flutter plugin to respond to the increasing requests dictated by the incredible success that the Flutter framework for creating multi-platform applications has been encountering for some years now. You can find the plugin in the official package repository for Dart and Flutter apps: https://pub.dev/packages/lightstreamer_flutter_client    What is Flutter? Flutter is an open-source framework created by Google for ...

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Discover Lightstreamer 7.3

We are proud to announce that Lightstreamer 7.3 has been publicly released. You can download it right now from https://www.lightstreamer.com/download/ The official Docker image and the Amazon EC2 AMI are available too. Lightstreamer 7.3 and the most recent client and adapter SDKs bring many improvements and fixes, mainly covering performance and features. Below are some highlights but you can check ...

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Push real-time data to Progressive Web Apps (PWA)

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are web applications that use the features of modern browsers to offer a native-app-like experience on every platform. They rest on three pillars: responsiveness, reliability, and installability. PWAs are responsive because they render well on a variety of devices and window sizes to ensure usability and user satisfaction. PWAs are reliable because they are usable regardless ...

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Throttling MQTT Data

Introduction Most MQTT brokers currently available on the market provide native support for WebSockets, thus enabling any MQTT JavaScript library to establish communications by encapsulating MQTT messages into WebSocket frames: this is called MQTT Over WebSocket. The great benefit of this approach is to allow all modern browsers, including those running on smartphones, to send and receive MQTT messages. This has ...

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